Reable me



My mother has been offered a place in sheltered accommodation and has accepted. Many thanks Claire for your housing needs report.

Thank you for visiting my mother. She is fiercely independent so rather nervous of outside help. You made her feel much more relaxed and accepting of the help she does need and was really very positive about all your suggestions.

V and I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the wonderful news that you gave us for the permission granted on the adaption of our house.

We would also like to thank you and everybody involved in V’s case, for the kind professional attitude shown to V and myself.

I know all the people you will be caring for will have 100% commitment from you.

T & VD

Thank you for all you have done for my mother.  I appreciate the time and consideration you have given and also the patience you have shown with my father.


I would like to compliment Helen. When she came to see me, she was very efficient, very pleasant and a pleasure to talk to.

I am ever so delighted to have my graded floor shower in place. It has completely changed the way I feel and I feel like a new man. Thanks and best wishes.

Thank you so much for helping me to fill in the DLA form for my son.

The form was so long and daunting, I didn’t know where to start.  It was so hard to differentiate between what is normal and what is normal for us.  You were fantastic at helping me to put in writing what I was wanting to say.

Our application was successful and I have now gone on to apply for carers allowance.

Thank you again
Mrs G.

Thanks – you have been a fantastic OT and I will testify to that.


I would like to say a thank you for all your help with me and making my life a little easier. You have been wonderful and you’re an asset to your team.

Thank you so much for my new ‘dual motor rise and recline chair’ that you recently had delivered for me.  I am finding it such a great help.

My father was diagnosed with Sciatica but after losing most of his mobility it was finally correctly diagnosed as a secondary tumour pressing on his spine at the end of January.

He passed away and the last two months have been very difficult both for him and my mother as he was confined to a wheelchair within a matter of weeks.  He found this very hard and normal tasks became an impossibility so quickly.

He had services both from the NHS and private health insurance and the care from those was disjointed and at times chaotic, but the only person my parents felt really practically helped and provided the help quickly was Claire.  Equipment that she facilitated eased some of the pressures immediately.